UK government presents the Africa infrastructure board at the Mining Indaba, an initiative to offer holistic approach to infrastructure development in Africa. High Commissioner of UK to South Africa, Nigel Casey, mentioned that the UK would be increasing their efforts to work closer with African governments and private sector. CP

Rwandair pourra très prochainement se déployer vers Tel-Aviv en Israël. C’est en tout cas ce que laisse entendre le dernier appel d’offres publié sur le site web de la compagnie. Par Romuald Ngueyap

THE Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has inked agreements with its counterparts from Macedonia and Rwanda to provide aviation training in the two countries. By Ann Williams

In some of the poorest parts of Rwanda, projects supported by oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood’s charity are transforming lives, reports Alison Campsie from Mulindi Tea Factory. Source Wood foundation

The U.S. has lessons to learn from Iceland, Slovenia and Rwanda. Economists estimate that at the current rate of progress, American men and women will earn equal income in another 200 years. By Liz Posner

The UN specialized agency on civil aviation on Thursday hailed the East Africa Community (EAC)'s aviation safety record. By Yan

Avec une note de 6,1 sur 10, le Rwanda a obtenu la première place du classement des pays africains qui se sont le plus illustrés dans la transformation agricole. Par Moctar Ficou

African Heads of State has called for partnership and not support from global bodies; “we have a clear mandate to work with both public and private enterprises, to ensure the business environment is favourable and attractive to the international business community. By Francis Ameyibor, GNA